I had even considered sleeping in a sleeping bag in the park nearby just to be close to my son, so I was very glad that Rainbow House had room for us.
News • Aug 03, 2018 12:22 BST
When one year old Dexter had a life threatening lump in his chest that required a complex operation, we supported his parents Tom and Lucy at Rainbow House for four days. Tom talks about how having a 'Home from Home' meant that both he and Lucy could be by Dexter's bedside during a difficult time.
We honestly believe that because Noah could stay at Eckersley House and be there for his brother, Riley’s recovery was so much quicker
News • Jul 31, 2018 15:29 BST
Parents Chris and Wendy Watkins talk about how Eckersley House kept them by their son Riley's bedside, but also how having a 'Home from Home' meant that Riley was hardly separated from his twin, Noah.
News • Jul 30, 2018 12:16 BST
On Saturday 11 August, Dad Jaydan will be cycling 300km in 20 hours to thank The Sick Children's Trust for keeping his family together while his son, Rio, underwent numerous operations and procedures during his short life. He hopes to raise £750 in his son's memory.
News • Jul 26, 2018 18:16 BST
Steven Saunderson, 46, is taking on the Great North Run on Sunday 9 September to support The Sick Children’s Trust, a charity which kept him by his 19-month-old son Murdo’s hospital bedside throughout months of treatment.
News • Jul 26, 2018 14:07 BST
A South Shields man who survived being hit by a bus at just 11 years old is taking on the Great North Run for the second time on Sunday 9 September for The Sick Children’s Trust.
Our daughter had to undergo a surgery that, to our knowledge, no child in her situation had ever had. But thanks to The Sick Children’s Trust, we could be right by her side.
News • Jul 25, 2018 16:01 BST
By the time Evie was four years old, she'd already undergone several open heart surgeries. She was due another, but doctors at her local hospital decided it was too risky. Thankfully, a specialist at Freeman Hospital decided that the operation could go ahead. During this time, we supported Evie's parents at Scott House.
News • Jul 24, 2018 15:08 BST
Dad David, 32, experienced every parent’s worst nightmare as he watched on helplessly when his son, Archie, was born not breathing and his little body was resuscitated. We supported David when his son was transferred to Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary at Crawford House.
Dad to take on monumental 271-mile three day cycle challenge to Paris to thank The Sick Children's Trust
News • Jul 23, 2018 11:00 BST
A devoted Dad, Russell Cooper, is taking on an epic cycle challenge to raise money for The Sick Children's Trust after we supported him and his fiancé Kelly at Acorn House whilst their baby boy received lifesaving treatment in Addenbrooke's Hospital.
News • Jul 19, 2018 17:26 BST
Paul Edwards, from Redcar, was supported when his month old daughter was rushed to Freeman Hospital was she was diagnosed with a heart condition in which her heart beats incredibly fast, suddenly. He’s just raised £1,200 for The Sick Children's Trust as thanks for supporting him at Scott House when she was taken ill. Thankfully she is now thriving and inspired him to take on a total warrior!
News • Jul 16, 2018 15:17 BST
Join the Cambridge Fundraising Committee on Thursday 26 July for a special luncheon with Anita Dobson.
News • Jul 10, 2018 10:40 BST
Josh spent the majority of his youth receiving treatment in St James's University Hospital in Leeds. During this time, we supported his family at Eckersley House. Now, the 26 year old is on a mission to raise vital funds to support more families with 'Home from Home' accommodation.
News • Jul 09, 2018 16:01 BST
Soprano Christina Johnston has been named as an ambassador for The Sick Children's Trust.
Nathan’s Extravaganza raises over £5,000 for The Sick Children’s Trust, The J’s Hospice and The David Randall Foundation
News • Jun 26, 2018 12:28 BST
A birthday party to celebrate a young man's 21st birthday has raised over £5,000 for The Sick Children's Trust and two other charities close to his heart.
Parents of little boy born with life-threatening condition raise over £14,000 to thank charities close to their hearts
News • Jun 19, 2018 14:50 BST
Shay's parents recently held a fundraising event and raised over £14,000 as thanks for supporting them with free 'Home from Home' accommodation in Cambridge.
News • Jun 18, 2018 11:21 BST
Mum Emily recently held a Big Chocolate Tea party for The Sick Children's Trust to thank the charity for supporting her family when her son, Jude, required lifesaving treatment at a specialist hospital over 90 miles away from their family home.
Renowned actor Michael Crawford CBE sets new date to visit The Guildhall Cambridge in exclusive event for The Sick Children’s Trust
News • Jun 12, 2018 16:31 BST
A new date has been announced for 'An audience with Michael Crawford' taking place at The Guildhall in Cambridge.
News • Jun 06, 2018 14:42 BST
Rorie's parents, along with their friends, have raised over £3,200 for Magnolia House as thanks for supporting them when Rorie needed brain surgery at Sheffield Children's Hospital.
The Sick Children’s Trust gave us a ‘Home from Home’ for over eight weeks whilst Oscar was in hospital. When we were going through hell they provided us with some sense of normality.
News • Jun 05, 2018 13:03 BST
Oscar was diagnosed with encephalitis, an uncommon but serious condition in which the brain becomes inflamed in February this year and he was transferred by emergency to Sheffield Children's Hospital for lifesaving treatment. Once there we gave his Mum and Dad free 'Home from Home' accommodation at both Magnolia and Treetop Houses for eight weeks until he was discharged home.
Parents of little boy born with life-threatening condition continue to thank charity by taking part in Big Chocolate Tea fundraiser
News • Jun 04, 2018 16:35 BST
The Tierney family, who have already raised over £1,960 for The Sick Children’s Trust, have joined in Big Chocolate Tea and raised a further £790 as thanks for supporting them when their son was critically ill in hospital.